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NAMM 2016: Boss WAZA Amp Head
Breaking new ground in the amp market, the Boss WAZA Amp Head is free from the maintenance issues found in tube amps.
The Waza architecture eliminates major drawbacks such as vibration damage, tube replacement, and other costly maintenance concerns. As such, the Waza Amp is basically maintenance-free and designed with Waza craftsmanship, which has the essence of Boss' reliability and endurance proven in the history of professional use for decades.
With the Boss Waza Amp's Power Control capability, you can get a richer overtone texture with a more dynamically responsive feel at any volume.
Enjoy true vintage tone and modern features with the Boss WAZA Amp Head, new for 2016.
By Liz Cage
Posted on 19 Jan 2016 22:10 to category : Instruments News
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